Springboks

Wales confirm end-of-year Bok Test

2017-04-26 13:53
Warren Gatland (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Wales have confirmed the dates and kick-off times for their end-of-year Tests, including a match against the Springboks.

Wales will open with a clash against Australia on November 11.

After the clash with the Wallabies, the Welsh will face Georgia, New Zealand and South Africa on consecutive Saturdays until December 2.

Warren Gatland is expected to return to the Test hot-seat for the games after the 2017 British & Lion Lions tour, replacing interim head coach Rob Howley.

Currently ranked eighth in the world, Wales finished fifth in this year's Six Nations and face games against Tonga and Samoa in the South Pacific in June.

Wales' end-of-year internationals (all times SA):

November 11: Australia (19:15)
November 18: Georgia (16:30)
November 25: New Zealand (19:15)
December 2: South Africa (16:30)


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